For Teachers

Here is a collection of digital tools and links that are specifically useful for teachers:

Canadian Geographic -> great activities, resources, and lesson plans to encourage geographic inquiry and foster global citizens -> plan and share lessons, assess students in a variety of assessment styles, set learning goals. You will have access to planboard and markboard

Class Dojo -> create a class website

Do2Learn -> a resource for teaching individuals with special needs

Ecosource -> environmental education

Edmodo -> create a class website where teachers, students, and parents can connect

Educational Apps -> 75 Educational Apps for iPads, organized by category in a chart

EduGAINs -> access ministry developed resources to support policies and programs related to improved learning and teaching K-12 in Ontario schools

Esri -> educational support and resources that are GIS-related

Flocabulary -> a library of educational songs to engage students

MuVChat -> interactive way to watch movies. Comments are filtered for appropriateness, and a great way to heighten engagement

My Blueprint -> help students plan their education and careers

newsmediaorganizers -> News Media Organizer booklet to assist when teaching media literacy

Ontario Ministry of Education -> access curriculum documents, programs and initiatives, as well as policy and resource documents

Screencast-o-matic -> create and share screen recordings

SMARTBoard Lessons -> use lessons, images and more for SMARTBoards

SNC2D Climate Change Unit -> A climate change unit created by Carlo Fusco, a Teacher-Librarian at the Waterloo Collegiate Institute

Studyladder -> a web based program built by teachers to help students have fun while learning

TED Ed -> educational Ted Talks

Tree Bee -> a tree identification tool to engage classrooms, families, and communities in learning about trees and forests in their own backyards.

Turnitin -> check for originality, track student progress, design assessments, and access useful resources

TVO Digital Resources: Secondary Learners – > wide variety of digital learning sources that help students achieve academic success. Find educational resources supporting Canadian and World Studies, Science, Social Sciences and Humanities, Business Studies, The Arts, Computer Studies, Mathematics, and Physical Education.

Unicode Converter -> website to help with converting characters.







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